PVAW hosted events
illuminate to eliminate

25 November - 10 December 2019

Your workplace kitchen


Commencing on the 25 November, PVAW will be shining a light on the 51** women killed by violence this year in Australia. Through a simple, yet powerful display, together we can remember and pay homage to these women.


We will illuminate the national epidemic of Domestic Abuse that Australia is experiencing and eliminate the silent acceptance of abuse in our homes, on our streets and in our workplaces. 


For 16 days, in workplace kitchens across the country, we will create a powerful tribute and provide a daily reminder of important Domestic Abuse statistics.  This will raise awareness and encourage thought, discussion and action.


We honour the women who have tragically lost their lives to violence and hope that they now rest in peace.


  • Budget is under $45, which I am hoping your workplace can donate/contribute?

  • All content has been developed, packaged and ready to send

  • Once set up, it is a daily task to update the display

  • Optional extra – update social media to spread the message


**Current as at  01 Dec 2019 (Counting Dead Women Australia researchers of Destroy The Joint)


Yes, I want to register my workplace kitchen

Rockin' Quiz Night

March 23, 2018

Swan Yacht Club, Riverside Road, East Fremantle


Quiz night + Spicks and Specks + RocKwiz!

Tables of 10: round up your friends for a great night out!

- Raffles, Auctions, Quick Games
- Prizes for best dressed
- Live band Acid Tea playing MashUps to identify
- plus more

$35 per ticket includes Snacks and Finger Food Platter 
Cash bar with great prices!
6.30pm arrival for 7pm start

$35 a ticket or $320 per table - click here to buy your tickets


Please support us as we tackle the grim community issue of Violence Against Women in WA.

Big Bad Love screening / Panel discussion

Big Bad Love synopsis: After discovering her best friend was violently abused by her partner, stand-up comedian Becky Lucas wants to know how you can spot an abusive relationship and what you can do about it. 


Huffington Post:  “'Big Bad Love' Is A Doco Making Domestic Violence Your Business. Sorry, but staying silent is no longer an option."


Briony Benjamin, Big Bad Love:  "I’m one of three girls…  So two years ago, when I read that one in three Australian women will suffer physical abuse in their lifetime, it struck a personal note for me. I thought of my beautiful sisters…"


We welcome you to join the PVAW team for this special screening of:

followed by a Panel Discussion: Respected Perth experts on the issue of violence against women

Wednesday 18 January 2017

- Doors open 6:00pm for light snacks and welcome

- Film kicks off at 6.45pm

- Panel discussion at 7.15pm

- 8pm questions from the floor

- 8.25 to 8.45pm networking

LOCATION:  Norman Duffy Lecture Theatre, Room 210.102, Curtin University, Kent St, Bentley, WA 6102

Tickets at $30 each are available at:

All ticket sales and proceeds of the event will go to PVAW (Preventing Violence Against Women), a newly established WA charity with the vision to be the organisation of choice within Western Australia for those seeking practical strategies and solutions to prevent violence against women.

Perth Walk a Mile in Her Shoes 2017

The fourth Perth Walk a Mile in Her Shoes is the other main event we are organising at the moment.  We plan to make it a family fun day with the walk being the highlight and a number of sub events with all ages participation.

And!!!, a pair of diamond studs have been donated as a raffle prize!  Thank you Dean Knoote Diamonds - here's their Facebook Page


Save the date:

Sunday 26th March 2017 - Burswood Park

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